Prospective & Current Tutors
How can you help?
Attend training sessions to become a tutor in Basic Literacy and/or English as a Second Language. No teaching experience or foreign language knowledge is required. Volunteers must satisfactorily complete 18 hours of training and attend annual in-service workshops. Click on this link “Become a Tutor” to find out what becoming a volunteer tutor entails; why our volunteers must take an 18hour training, a brief orientation, tutor eligibility guidelines and commitments, and placement opportunities for volunteer tutors once training is completed.
Click here for upcoming Tutor training sessions
Volunteer your time
Office: Assist with office tasks such as mailings, filing, making copies, answering phone.
Special Events: Assist in the planning and implementing of special events and fundraising activities.
Hospitality: Assist with the planning and implementation of LVMC’s recognition events, tutor-trainings and tutor in-service programs.
Library liaison: Visit area libraries on a regular basis to stock brochures and assess tutor/student room availability.
Public Relations: Assist at community fairs and/or make speeches about LVMC’s adult literacy programs.
Historian: Help document LVMC events by maintaining scrapbook and records.
If interested in volunteering please fill this Volunteer Form and email or mail it to us
Let us know of someone who can benefit from our tutoring. LVMC welcomes students 18 years or older and no longer attending school, who are motivated to improve their reading, writing or English speaking skills.
Referrals of students are accepted from individuals, and from social service and community-based organizations.
Provide in-kind assistance such as office supplies or equipment, printing services, public relations and marketing expertise, fund development know-how and training facilities.
Keep LVMC a viable organization by making a monetary donation directly or through your business.